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L TRIBUNE Insi00ie Wednesday, June 16, 2004 Page 3 ication LCMR ng Friends of Casey Trail Association had the opportunity iaterview with the Commission on Resources (LCMR) on June 7. regarding application for President Robert from Murray Vice-President from Pipestone and Secretary Johnson from County made the to St. Paul to discuss application for fund- h LCMR for proj- the 2006-2007 bien- The Friends had sub- proposal by the 20. 2004 deadline. Proposal contained a for $200,000 for acquisition 000 for develop- The first prior- use of these funds be to start on the to Lake Wilson ]'he Pipestone to Lake segment has always identified as phase said Klingle. "DNR Ldy has 16 miles of in the 20 mile leaving us with 4 mile gap and that hy we need to start he continued. are able to obtain 000, that would us to acquire right-of- to fill that gap and take at some other areas we might need to some acquisitions. 000 for develop- allow us to get on developing the to Lake Wilson as a multi-use, trail", said :Myers. received two- and twenty-one requesting $240 dollars. Of those msals, 93 were for interviews. The Step will be for LCMR final recom- to the After that, proposals will be and submitted to in September. January of 2005, will present their tions to the for Legislative and appropriation. ']al legislative actions will then be by the governor, and will meet to adopt Programs so Project can begin of 2005. ;IFIED ADS MALL PRICE biG RESULTS Westbrook Health Center Summer Health Care Intern Program Westbrook Health Center is pleased to be par- ticipating in the Summer Health Care Intern Program. The Intern pro- gram is designed to promote interest in the health occu- pations field, by offering stu- dents the experience of working in a health care environment. This unique program brings the various health care providers togeth- er with students that indi- cate interest in health care. Providers include local hos- pitals, clinics, home health agencies and nursing home facilities. In order to qualify for employment, the stu- dents must be a junior or senior in high school, with the intent of completing graduation requirements. Post-secondars" students are also eligible, and must be enrolled in a two or four year health care degree program. The Westbrook Health Center has employed an Intern for the summer quar- ter beginning from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Laridee Dibble will again be working for a second summer, with the staff at all three sites for Shetek Medical Services. Dibble will be a senior at Dakota State College, with a major in Exercise Science. She is considering adding training in physical therapy after her graduation from Dakota State. She is working under the direction of Mark Boerboom, Director of Shetek Therapy Services. Dibble is also serving in the Air National Guard. Intern wages are reim- bursed to the medical facility up to half of the hourly wages. Funding for this pro- gram is provided by Minnesota Hospital Association, in contract with the Office of Rural Health & Primary Care. Westbrook Health Center is a member of the Shetek Medical Services, providing clinical, hospital and therapy services. More information can be found on the website: HYPERLINK "http://www.west- brookhealthcenter.org" www.westbrookhea!thcen- ter.org PROSTATE CANCER AWARENESS IS YOUR LINE OF DEFENSE. It only takes a tittle bit of your time to attain a little piece of mind... Are you experiencing these symptoms.. pain or burning during urination .... need to void more often.., pressure? Talk with your doctor about a PSA Test during National Men's Health Week, June 14-20. PSA Tests will be offered at the Health & Fitness Fair, July 17 in Currie at the End-O-LJne Railroad Park. Don't miss this convenient opportunity to have your health checked! Call your health care professionals for more information. Westbrook Health Center Phone 507-274-6121 www.westbrookhealthcenter.org Plum Creek horse show Last Sunday morning members of the Plum Creek Saddle Club held their annual show. Upper left, this horse waited for some action. Lower left, young riders brought their mounts into the ring. Below there were lots of trail- ers at the grounds. Above a judge gave a final look at this group of riders. Right - the concession stand was a popular place around noon time. = "=! = i Find us on the Web at www.lyon-siouxpress.com Home Equity Loans and Lines of Credit with no closing costst! 0.000R" A,0_n00R. variable rate Call us today! 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